Tayler Hackett

Medical Reviewer

Tayler Hackett is a key member of our Medical Affairs Team, serving as our experienced medical reviewer. With over 10 years of valuable experience as a Mental Health Support Worker, Tayler has honed their expertise in providing essential support and guidance to individuals facing mental health challenges. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Liverpool and another Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Newcastle, Tayler possesses a strong academic background in understanding human behavior and mental well-being.

As a Trainee Psychotherapist, Tayler continues to deepen their knowledge of mental health and therapeutic approaches, further enriching their capabilities as a medical reviewer. Tayler’s dedication to improving mental health care through their multifaceted skills and experiences significantly contributes to our mission of making optimal mental health attainable for all.

Education

University of Liverpool
Bachelors of Science (BSc), Psychology
2013 - 2016

References

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Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett

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  • Jan 19th 2023
  • Est. 9 minutes read

Previously, schizophrenia was categorized into five subtypes: paranoid, catatonic, disorganized, residual, and undifferentiated [1]. In the most recent publication of…

  • Written by Naomi Carr
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 13th 2023
  • Est. 5 minutes read

Histrionic personality disorder and narcissistic personality disorder are both ‘cluster B’ types of personality disorder, which are characterized by dramatic,…

  • Written by Aimee Aveyard
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 13th 2023
  • Est. 4 minutes read

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a mental health condition characterized by excessive worry that is present for most of the time for…

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 13th 2023
  • Est. 2 minutes read

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a mental health condition characterized by excessive worry that is present more days than not…

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 13th 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a psychological condition marked by impulsive behavior, mood swings, and emotional instability. The overall prevalence…

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 12th 2023
  • Est. 9 minutes read

There are no medications specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat borderline personality disorder (BPD).…

  • Written by Jill Sensenig
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 12th 2023
  • Est. 10 minutes read

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are commonly caused by trauma. PTSD and BPD also share various…

  • Written by Sean Jackson
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett
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  • Jan 10th 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder often triggered by an intense fear of open spaces, crowds, or enclosed spaces. People with…

  • Written by Miriam Calleja
  • Medically reviewed by Tayler Hackett